Pierre Valentin presented a webinar called ‘An Introduction to Art Law’ edited by MBL Seminars.
Pierre Valentin contributed to a panel discussion called ‘Public/Private | New Rules: Is the Artworld a Mature Industry?’ moderated by András Szántó at Art Basel.
Pierre Valentin and Till Vere-Hodge gave a presentation on the topic of “World War II Displaced Art: Provenance Research and Dispute Resolution” at Sotheby’s Institute in London.
Pierre Valentin participated in a debate on the management of artists’ estates organised by the Royal Academy of Arts, London during the Friends Week.
Pierre Valentin was a keynote speaker at a presentation on Nazi-looted art to the Society of London Art Dealers (SLAD) in London.
Till Vere-Hodge presented on “Issues of Nazi-looted Art in the UK” at a Federal Bar Council conference in New York entitled “A Look at Looted Art Worldwide”.
Azmina Jasani spoke at the Art Business Conference in New York to highlight the differences between the legal landscape of New York and London and how it affects the art market in the two jurisdictions, including the potential implications of Brexit on London’s art market.
Pierre Valentin gave a presentation at an international two-day conference called ‘From Refugees to Restitution – The History of Nazi-Looted Art in the UK from a Transnational Perspective’ at Newham College, Cambridge.
Pierre Valentin organised, co-chaired and gave a presentation at the Royal Academy of Arts event; Managing The Artist’s Legacy. This day-long event is designed to illuminate key opportunities and challenges in the management of an artist’s estate and their legacy.
Constantine Cannon LLP contributed an analysis of the ways in which South Asian artists can go about protecting their legacy to ArtTactic’s South Asia Art Market Report 2017. Please click here to view the report.